Community Kids Field Day

Looking for something for the kids to do tomorrow? You may be interested in the Community Kids Field Day at the WKHS football stadium tomorrow.

International Baccalaureate students at WKHS invite all kids ages 4 – 4th grade to attend our 2nd Community Kids Field Day from 10:00 – 1:00 on Thursday, May 24 in the Worthington Kilbourne football stadium.

Kids can celebrate the first day of summer by playing organized games with their friends for a great cause – all proceeds go to PackH2O, which provides backpacks to filter and carry water in developing countries.

Kids will be organized by age for a fun morning of games and pizza lunch. Please see the attached flier for more information and to register: https://www.locallevelevents.com/events/details/4801

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Boys needed for Worthington Cotillion

It is not too late to sign up for this year’s Worthington Cotillion sessions for fifth and sixth grade students, which begin on Jan. 9. Typically, Bluffsview has a large number of students who participate, but they are always looking for more boys to sign up since they maintain a 1-1 boy-to-girl ratio. Many girls are waitlisted until more boys sign up!

Worthington Cotillion is a series of privately sponsored classes that offer young ladies and gentlemen the opportunity to foster confidence in their social graces. Dancing and associated etiquette are emphasized in a fun, comfortable atmosphere combining instruction and games to fifth and sixth grade students in Worthington and the surrounding communities.

The Cotillion Party, on the sixth week, is the culmination of the Cotillion season. Family members are invited and encouraged to attend. A highlight of the party is a special dance featuring the gentlemen dancing with their mothers and ladies dancing with their fathers. The Cotillion Party will be held at Villa Milano Banquet and Conference Center.

For more information, visit the Worthington Cotillion website.

6th grade fundraiser at Skate Zone

Please support our 6th grade class in their fundraising efforts by attending the Bluffsview School Skate Party on Wednesday, Nov. 29 from 6-8:30 p.m.

Every 6th grade class at Bluffsview raises money throughout the year to host a much deserved “graduation party” on the last day. In addition, they purchase one or more gifts for the school to be used by future students.

 

Calling all creative kids

The National PTA is sponsoring Reflections, a FREE arts program for the students that encourages creative works around a theme.  Students create an art work (or multiples in different categories) surrounding this theme. They may show creativity through dance choreography, film production, literature, musical composition, photography or visual arts.   Students are judged at the school level, district and state level. Those progressing past state are judged at the national level and receive the opportunity for some financial awards as well.

The theme for the year is “Within Reach.”

For more information, see the 2017-18_Reflections_Handbook_. The most important pages are 16-22 and 25-26.

Questions? Contact Sarah Ruck at sarahruck44@gmail.com.

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